Aicha Less selected as Labour’s candidate for Church Street

Aicha LessWestminster Labour is delighted to announce the selection of Aicha Less as Labour’s candidate for the Church Street by-election on Thursday May 5th, following the resignation of Vincenzo Rampulla.

Aicha has lived and worked locally since moving to the area as a child in 1983. She has almost 20 years’ experience working in local government and is a passionate campaigner on local issues.

Aicha Less said “I’m extremely passionate about my area and loyal to my community, which makes me want to make their voices heard.

I want to be the people’s advocate and work on their behalf, particularly in raising their concerns about problems with the futures plan for Church Street including the lack of consultation from the Council. I will work hard to ensure Westminster listens to the worries of residents about the renovation of the market and the need to actually deliver new social and genuinely affordable housing.

I’m looking forward to the campaign and hearing more about what Church Street residents want from their council.”

Labour Group Leader Cllr Adam Hug said “Westminster Labour group is delighted that local members have selected such a committed and passionate candidate for Church Street. Aicha will be a great voice for local residents if elected as the new councillor for Church Street on May 5th.”

Promoted by Andy Whitley on behalf of Aicha Less, both at 4g Shirland Mews, London W9

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